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Sarah Palin Pushes 2013 Christmas Book, Attacks Atheists (Video)

| by Michael Allen

Former half term Alaska Governor and current Fox News commentator Sarah Palin recently plugged her 2013 book and attacked atheists on the Sarah Palin Channel, her pay website.

“Oh, I am so excited for people to get to read this Christmas book," said Palin, noted RawStory.com (video below).

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"It's about while protecting the heart of Christmas and not allowing the Scrooges out there to take Christ out of Christmas, or to erode any of the tradition that we celebrate during the Christmas season,” added Palin. “It’s called ‘Good Tidings, Great Joy,' and it is protecting the heart of Christmas.”

"I'm telling people how to take steps to protect what it is that we believe in at this time of year, during the season" stated Palin. “What we believe in is freedom of expressing our faith and what our beliefs are, and not allowing just a few angry atheists with attorneys, perhaps, to tell us that we can’t celebrate the birth of Christ the way that we would like to. And it’s not an in-your-face political lecture, it’s a fun book that incorporates the solution to the challenge that is a war on Christmas that we see taking place right now.”

Palin didn't mention any specific atheists or what they had specifically done to stop her or any other Christian from expressing their faith. She did add that her Christmas book would be enjoyed by people of other faiths.

"And we have recipes in there, and we have just a lot of fun things that hopefully will spark some inspiration in other people to allow them, no matter what faith anyone is, but allow them some Christmas joy to spread, just to kinda make everybody a bit happier and make the holiday season a bit more joyful," said Palin, noted Wonkette.com.

Sources: RawStory.com, Wonkette.com